Corporate Taxation : Structure, Functions, and Flaws Paperback / softback
by David Elkins
Part of the Coursebook series
Corporate taxation is widely regarded as one of the more difficult courses in the law school curriculum, one in which students confront a confusing compendium of seemingly random detail.
This book takes students behind the scenes of corporate taxation, examining the underlying structure and exploring the extent to which black-letter law conforms to that structure.
Its systematic approach, supplemented with numerous diagrams and examples, presents the most challenging concepts in an accessible manner.
Following each chapter is a comprehensive set of problems, allowing students to test their understanding of the material and apply it in real-life situations.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: Illustrations, unspecified
- Publisher: West Academic
- Publication Date: 30/09/2018
- Category: Company, commercial & competition law
- ISBN: 9780314067807